Spill the Beans, B&I
- I must say that B&I is great for answering those nagging questions.
Such as Torisen's vision of North Kenshold falling. How did Ganth
know who Keral was?
In fact, Hearts of Woven Shadow, Among the Dead, and Torisen's
farseeing vision make a complete story for Ganth and Keral's
From SM, where is Glendar's death banner?
Periel and Cethron's death banners could have been left behind in
the Master's house, but we knew Glendar had escaped the Fall 3000
years before. "A watch we will keep," they said, "And our honor
someday avenge. Alas for the greed of a man and the deceit of a
woman that we should come to this!" (B&I, trade, P21-22.) Poor
Glendar, to have witnessed so much and to have his end delayed by a
few thousand years seems so harsh. It also gives a nice hint to the
death banners in the master's house and why the Mistress couldn't go
back in time to reap more souls as perhaps they had already been
collected on the night of the Fall.
HoWS makes it clear that slowly overtime, Gerridon has bartered or
attempted to barter for more "food".
Rawneth makes a surprising pledge to Gerridon in HoWS, it seems that
within a decade she is playing her own game. The massacre was to
protect her house, herself, and her son (LK). It also seems to have
been meant to reduce Gerridon's breeding options
(speculation). "Your my revenge," Rawneth to Kindrie (SM).
What pushed Ganth to drive Jame out and where was Tori while it
Who else in the Knorth family acts like Gerridon and/or Bane?
It may also be the tightest prose we've seen from PC since GS.
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From: "jinx01313" <larkinr@...>
> I must say that B&I is great for answering those nagging questions.
> Who else in the Knorth family acts like Gerridon and/or Bane?
In Dark of the Moon Jame noted that many of her ancestors' faces were
> It may also be the tightest prose we've seen from PC since GS.